• 6 July 2018

The Clubhouse’s latest premises opens its doors

The Clubhouse’s latest premises, located on 20 St Andrew Street in London, opened its doors 25th June.

The expansion of the prestigious business-focused members club and flexible meeting space follows on from the success in Mayfair, St. James’s and Angel Court in Bank.

The new location offers 9,931 sq ft of space across the eighth and ninth floors in the heart of Holborn where members will benefit from terraces with fantastic views of London, flexible working space, conference and meeting rooms as well as a deli and Club lounge.

Having recently provided mechanical and electrical design at The Clubhouse in Angel Court, Waterman’s team was re-appointed to work alongside Fletcher Priest Architects to carefully integrate the services with their interior design.

The Clubhouse founder and CEO, Adam Blaskey, commented; “Following on from the completion of The Clubhouse, Bank last October it had been great to work with the same professional team from Waterman, Fletcher Priest and Gardiner & Theobald on The Clubhouse, Holborn. This is our fourth Clubhouse and the next step in building a network of innovative, design-led flexible meeting and workspaces in central London created around the needs of fast growing SME’s and large corporates.”

Proud of the continued involvement in the expansion of The Clubhouse portfolio, Waterman’s Director, Mark Terndrup, said; “Adam Blaskey’s concept is a huge success and we are delighted to have helped deliver such a high-quality flexible work space that responds to the latest demands in the market.”

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